Registration and General Information for Virtual Education Classes
The JBFC reserves the right to cancel a course due to insufficient enrollment or other circumstances. If a course is cancelled, registrants will be notified immediately and all registration fees will be refunded. The JBFC cannot be held responsible for any other costs, charges, or expenses.
To ensure class starts on time, students are requested to arrive 5 minutes early. If a student is late or cannot attend class, parents must email the teacher as soon as possible.
If a student is asked to leave a course due to inappropriate behavior or other circumstances deemed necessary by the JBFC, no refund will be given. If a student chooses to withdraw and does so in writing one week before the first day of class (Fall and Spring semester) 100% of the program fee will be refunded.
Students with special needs are encouraged to enroll in Media Arts Lab courses. The JBFC is committed to meeting the needs of all students. We strive to provide an optimal learning environment for all participants; a strong partnership and clear communication between our education faculty and parents is essential. We urge you to let us know if your child has an IEP at school or requires any special accommodations so that we may provide the proper support and ensure a positive experience for your child.
Photography and Publicity
Photographs and filming of JBFC activities and programs are used for publicity and/or promotion of the JBFC. Those who do not want to be photographed or filmed for any purpose are asked to submit a written statement to the email@example.com.
As this camp occurs over a vacation week, all classes will take place on their scheduled dates only. No make-up classes will be scheduled.
Code of Conduct
Students are expected to contribute to class activities and exhibit respect for others at all times. The JBFC reserves the right to remove a student from a class, without refund, if this policy is violated.